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six years to make this a reality for homeless vets there more than 60,000 homeless vets in the u.s. ronald jones served six years in the army and has been homeless off and on for 12 years. soon he will move into the montana. >> the best veteran day gift i could get. >> joe and other vets will get medical care, counseling, camaraderie, and a police to -- place call home. the veteran common is the first housing for veterans to open in san francisco since 2000. they'll we holding an open house tomorrow from 11:00 to 3:00. reporting live, abc-7 news. >> ama: 100 homeless veterans fromton anthonyys in the tenderloin took part in san san francisco's varps day -- veterans day parade. this year for the first time the parade began with hundreds of veterans on motorcycles. the parade began at 1:00 this morning and made its way done market street. organizers said the parade honors all soldiers, especially those who fought in afghanistan and iraq. >> the most important are the 10% to face the enemy eyeball to eyeball. they're the real heroes, and of course the win million that have been killed
it will depend on what the u.s. supreme court may or may not do with prop 8. the highest court considering whether to hear an appeal by groups which defines marriage between a man and woman. the ninth circuit court found the law unconstitutional. >> would we use our new authority and soup -- super majority? i said, i stay, i of course would be open to that. because... by any means possible we have to achieve maernl equality. >> the high court expected to announce whether it will take the case. >> the shirtless photo that raised questions involving cia and army is out this, is connected to the affair admitted by david petraeus. i want to show you the photo that landed him in hot water. he e mailed this picture with a subject line which one is fred. the e mail became public today. another one of those recipients was jill kelly. right? she turned to him when getting threatening e mails over the summer. he worked in military intelligence. the fbi since traced e mailsrmé. kelly saw her as a rival. kelly is also a friend of petraeus and also friends with this man, general john allen, top u.s. c
to that there is very good reason she survived. >> su was an iron worker imgreat together u.s. two decades ago. >> he did his best to make sure his wife and children have what they need.so)ç and he's a very loving father. >> they lived in san francisco. she showed photographs of a loving and caring family. >> they do everything together. they love each other. very much as you can see. they have a lot of smiles, they laugh a lot. it's -- it's a tragedy. >> she and her extended family will raise 10-year-old ellie. >> she is loved and she needs to know that. she's special and the reason why she survived is a positive reason. not a negative one. >> it may have been a miracle. she was tleet treated and released that had day. the chp tells us they couldn't don't know the cause of the accident. the funerals will be december 5th, next wednesday. >> our weather is changing. enjoy dry weather while you can. now a preview of what is shaping up to be a wet week ahead. >> three storms headed our way. we have fog overnight tonight, do expect areas of dense fog. tomorrow morning commute could be dicey again. we h
. >> u.s. senate committee voted that police need to get a search warrant to read your e-mails. the new bill would change and require a warrant to search all e-mails. supporters of the bills there is too many privacy concerns. they want more restrictions on access. now, of course, a u.s. justice department has opposed a new requirement and say it will slow down investigations. >> you have to listen to this and you have to go to our website and then you have to send this to your friends and relatives. if you bought a television or laptop before 2006 you have money coming to you. the deadline to file a claim is next thursday. a class action lawsuit claims ten companies inflight for lcd panels, to make monitors and laptops those companies have agreed to settled the case for $1.1 billion. if you bought a device with an lcd screen you can now file a claim for cash. there is expected to be at least $25 for each device you bought. you don't need a receipt. just send in a form by december 6th. you can't be late. i posted the link and all the information you need at abc7news.com under "7 on your
of the pro visions in proposition 35, humanvj5 trafficking initiative. u.s. district judge issued a temporary restraining order of pro visions requiring registered sex offenders to give a lift of their internet providers and screen names. american civil liberties union filed suit on behalf of sex offenders claiming it violates their constitutional rights to due process and equal protectioqqíml in people it affects, people who pose no more danger to the public than anyone else. >> a hearing going to be heard this month. supporters say they're confident the courts will up hold the decision. >> still to come an educator earning teacher of the year honors. >> the smart phone that is knocking the iphone down a notch. >> then, an area where americans are doing a good job of saving for the future. swus stay with us. abc 7 news continues in just one minute. >>> marin county district attorney says it needs more time to decide whether three day care workers in connection with the dechblg a baby will face charges an autopsy shows the 4-month-old accidentally suffocated after bedding cutoff the child's
. word of the affair was greeted with skepticism believing he may have resigned over u.s. consulate raid in ben gazy. one military expert is not buying it. someone redesign because of an extramarital yaifr people expect it's a cover story. i think you see a man who felt >> reports say he was having an affair with his biographer, paula broadwell. officials say detail are not being released but reports say agents had discovered broadwellufs improperly tried to access petraeus's e mail as he may have accessed classified information. abc news is going to have more on the story on world news right after this newscast. >> i jobs report tonight predicts technology will continue to fuel an employment boom in the bay area over next two years. saying job growth should expand through 2014, better than what is expected in california and nationally. most in demand are technology and health care. the report warns bay area could fall back into a recession if congress cannot agree on a spending plan by year's end. that is the subject of president barack obama's news conference saying he was willing to c
on the u.s. embassy in ben dwaz gazy some republicans vowed to block the phone shall nomination. the president took a wide range of questions for nearly an hour and talk btd resignation of david petraeus and discovered -- discussed mandatory spending cuts and tax increases will take affect. >> top priority has to be jobs and growth. got to build on progresses we've made. we've got a growing, thriving middle class. >> republicans say they're willing to make a deal but are adammant taxes not increase. dow jones fell today on news a deal is not close. nancy pelosi says she wants to keep her role, her post as house minority leader. she will run to keep her job. the 7-year-old wants to continue to empower women. >> we know one way to increase involvement of women increasing level of stability. >> pelosi highlighted strength today surrounded by all women lawmakers when she made the aannouncement. this is congress woman jeanette rankin, the first woman elected to congress in 1917. 78 female representatives have been elected to serve in congress and there will be 20 female senators in j
continues, diplomats from several countries, including the u.s., are trying to brokery cease fire. >> the man accused of killing seven people in a mass shooting at own lean university is scheduled to be back in court tomorrow. he pleaded not guilty to the massacre. police say he admitted to investigators he did it because he was angry at boycott for refusing to refund his tuition. tomorrow the reports from to psychiatrists are expected to be submitted in his case. >> a fire was reported just after 2:00 p.m. inside a house at 47th avenue and geary street. the flames sent up a big plume of black smoke. fortunately no one was hurt. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. >>> a group of fishermen helped rescue three people after their boat you're turned on half moon bay. it happened a half mile offshore near pillar point. three fishermen rescued two people from the water. they harbor mast 'er was able to reach a third person. all three suffered from exposure but injuries are not serious. >> the battle to bring the warriors to san francisco is expected to get new reinforcem
to southern california are now in custody.7 a criminal complaint accuse them of pran planning to leave the u.s. for training with the taliban. this is video. the men were intending to carry out a violent jihad. accused ring leader was taken into custody in afghanistan. >> a one day strike is ending this is a live look at the port as we speak. there are ships waiting to be unloaded. strike supposed to end at 9:00 tonight. the mayor's office says officials and representatives for custody stod yil workers agreed to get back to the bargaining table. terminals may be reopened as early as 7:00 tonight. again, they're expected to get back to the table immediately. last minute efforts to save hostess appear to have failed. "wall street journal" mean talks broke down, meaning the twinkies maker will continue for a full liquidation. 18,000 workers will, therefore, lose jobs. the company decided to shut down after talks failed. >> a rare death sentence handed down today in the bay area but a jury saying death is quote too good for a double murderer. nathan burress practically bragged about the killing sp
in the u.s.. americans optimistic the employment rate will drop over the next year. boosting confidence to highest levels in five years. university of michigan says cons7 sentiment went up this month, index increased 19% in the last year. and where they are concerned is the fiscal cliff. >> new in the next five minutes on abc 7 news at 5:00 what are the must haves on the wish list? 7 on your side michael finney will show which stores are offering the best deals on products this black friday. including computers, tvs and sporting equipment. >> stay tuned for that. 49ers coach cleared the air today about his ig regular heartbeat ask a possible quarterback controversial. he received electrical therapy. as for the controversy, he says isn't one. >> two quarterbacks we're confident have one force. and... we believe in. and... to me, it's opposite of a controversy. >> coach expects alex smith to be cleared soon. back up quarterback will start sunday if smith is not cleared. >> a bay area woman is going back home tonight after an abc 7 news i team investigation uncovered officials violating a
with $1,700 the cash. >> u.s. supreme court justices will go behind closed doors to decide whether now is the time to rule on same-sex marriage. "the los angeles times" reports on friday the court will sift through appeals on proposition 8 and he national defense of marriage act. the issue isn't just what to decide but when. in the past the court has been criticized for waiting too long or moving too quickly to recognize constitutional rights. >> this week a decision is expected on the fate of a popular north bay oyster farm. we have been fighting on the fight over drake bay oyster company. the park service says the farm is harming the environment and wants it closed, but the national academy of sciences found the park service's environmental review lacks strong scientific support because there wasn't enough data vrabel. the interior secretary has the final say about drake and his decision is expected in the next few days. drake has been in operation since 1934 and is the last cannery on the west coast. >> san jose city leaders approved a plan to deal with birds at the san jose airport
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